Abena Korkor a few days ago set social media on fire with her unsubstantiated allegations of having a romantic affair with high profile Ghanaian men. In her viral video, she mentioned men who have had an encounter with her romantically in the past.
Names such as Sammi Awuku, Giovanni Caleb, Kojo Yankson, Lexis Bill and Chief Biney. She further claimed that Nana Aba Anamoah and Lydia Forson were having an affair with the super morning show host of Joy FM. Many have said her actions is as a result of her relapse.
Well our article today is not about the names mentioned but her ambition to become the Student Representative Council President of the University of Cape Coast. In the 2015/2016 academic year, Abena Korkor launched her political career on the UCC campus to lead the students front.
On her normal days, she is an intelligent and smart lady who excels in her academics. Her dream of becoming a student leader was shuttered when she had her first relapse on campus in the lead up to the main elections.
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